Today, T-Mobile announced that it will be the first place anywhere in the world where consumers can choose the new OnePlus 7 Pro. The phone will be offered in its Times Square Signature Store from 2 to 10 pm EDT today. The events will about to take place tomorrow at T-Mobile Signature Stores in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, San Francisco, and Santa Monica. The long-awaited phone will start on May 17 and it will be available in T-Mobile stores and on the provider’s website.
T-Mobile notes that the OnePlus 7 Pro is compatible with its 600 MHz low-frequency spectrum, which means users should expect better performance inside buildings and offer better coverage in rural areas of the US. It also supports the features of the LTE-Advanced service, which includes 4 x 4 MIMO (which increases the number of connections between a mobile site and a phone), the aggregation of operators (which brings together different operator channels to increase capacity), 256QAM and assisted access by license. This should ensure that the OnePlus 7 Pro works quickly through the T-Mobile network.
OnePlus 7 Pro, available in Mirror Gray and Nebula Blue, is priced at $699.99. You also have the option of using the installment payment plan of the service company which will allow you to purchase the phone for 24 monthly payments of $29.17. The device has a smooth 6.67-inch AMOLED display without notch with an edge-to-edge screen and a 90 Hz refresh rate (compared to 60 Hz detected on most phones).
It is the first OnePlus phone to have a QHD + resolution. Under the hood is the latest from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 855 mobile platform. The model offered by T-Mobile has 8 GB of RAM with 256 GB of internal memory, and it also has a fingerprint scanner on the screen.
The triple camera configuration on the back includes a 48-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and a 16-megapixel wide-angle camera. There is a 16-megapixel selfie snapper and the 4000 mAh battery is charged to 50% in just 20 minutes. While OnePlus decided not to spend the money to get an IP rating for the device, it threw one into a bucket full of water to show that the phone is water resistant. However, as many phone owners have found with regret, even IP-rated phones are not covered by water damage for the warranty.
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